and certainly neurosurgeons want to know exactly what happened to the brain. what exactly the type of injury was. that makes a difference in terms of all of the types of operations. take a look, you have to look from the front, you also have to look from the side, to really get an idea of what the bullet, when she was shot at point blank range, what it did. it was the left side of her head. but look over there, important to sort of see that trajectory, it goes right by the ear, and you can see over there, the part of the skull that was removed. now, you may say to yourself, why was that part of the skull removed? the bullet trajectory seems further forward. the issue of what happens a lot of times, michael, there is swelling of the brain in response to the injury. the brain just gets angry and swollen, so taking out some of that bone there, as you mentioned, it happens in battle fields a lot of times, that provides more room for the brain. now the operation they are talking about, michael, i think we have a picture as well, is literally taking a piece of titanium and sort of covering up that area of the skull.